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DAILY lOUl'K ItlVKH COIrUMi
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER tt'J, 10 HI.
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better music mor beautifully ahetted
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CARD O FTHANKS
We desire' to extend to the many
friends nd the W. O. W. lodge, our
heartfelt thank and appreciation for
the beautiful floral offerings and
kindnesses during our sad bereave
ment. MRS. BEN STANNARD,
MRS. B. A. STANNARD,
MRS. GRANT OR3IE,
MRS. C C. PTJMMILU
BIGT1ME MONDAY NIGHT
AT WEEKLY LUNCHEON
A bin Thanksgiving luncheon will
be given at the Chamber of Com
merce, next Monday at 8 p. m., to
which both gentlemen and ladtes are
Invited and urged to be present.
In addition to the above mention
ed feature, a very important matter
of county road Improvement will
come up for discussion, and parties
particularly Interested in the em
Dlovmont of a large number of men.
who are also prepared to assist In
the road improvements, will be pres
ent to lve the public definite infor
mation on the subject.
It will be advisable for those
wishing to attend to notify E. O
Harris in advance, the number of
plates they wish reserved.
F. S. BRAMWELL,
President Chamber of Commerce
u hurch of Christ
11 a. m. Subject
"A Trade Journal in God's
Cach attendant is requested to
bring a written list of religious
books in his home and relig
ious magazines and periodicals
he receives. Hand list to minister.
A VALUABLE ARTICLE
will be presented to each one
in attendance at this service.
THE 10 O'CLOCK SURPRISE
has recovered from the flu and
will be there with a
Evening Subject, 7:30
"HOW DO YOC LOOK?"
We are not responsible alto
gether for our "looks'." and yet
it is our lookout how we look!
Strange isn't it?
The dining room of the Grants
Pass Hotel is now open, Under
the management of E. C. Pot
ter. First class meals and
service will be given.
Breakfast will be served at
6 a. m. to 0 a, m. Regular
dinner, 11:30 to 1:30 . Short
orders from 1:30 to 8 p. in
Real home cooking.
Give Us Your
AT BAPTIST CHURCH
The Baptist churcIT will entertain
wtth Thanksgiving service this year,
Rev. Chas. R. Drake will deliver the
address. The state council of de
fense has requested that a patriotic
sing be held the same evening, and
has sent a large number of pamph
lets containing patriotio songs to be
used in this affair. Every city In
the state will have one of these
events. It has been decided that the
community sing and Thanksgiving
address be coordinated so that the
singing will begin at 7:30 at the
Baptist church and will be followed
by the Thanksgiving sermon. The
music will be in charge of Mrs.
AT THE MOVIES
The management of the Joy thea
ter takes pleasure in announcing the
presentation on November 27-28 of
first of the Lois Weber produc
tions, "For Husbands Only." The
other two, "The Price of a Good
Time" and "The Doctor and the
Woman" (an adaptation of "K" the
well known novel by Mary Roberts
Rinehardt) will be shown in the near
future. Lois Weber is considered
one of the five best directors of mo
tion pictures in the world, the other
four being D. W. Griffith, George
Loane Tucker, Marshall Neilan and
Maurice Turner who directed Maeter
linck's "Bluebird." And U Is the dl
rector and not the star who is the
big element in the success or failure
of a picture.
"For Husbands Only" Is a clean
play and as entertainment, will ap
peal to all classes. The story is so
original you are unable to guess the
action ten feet ahead. There Isn't one
slow moment it certainly keeps
you up in the air. And to top it all
there Is a surprise ending entirely
different from what you expected,
IMMENSE STORE OF OPIUM
WILL BE PUBLICLY F1KEI)
1 PERSSNflL 5 LOCAL 1
R. W. Clarke went to Portland
last night tor a few day on business.
"LUterine." Sabln has It. 22
Prof. lApplehoff, of Ashland, Is in
the city this afternoon.
Mrs. Jennie Kemp, who has been
visiting her sister, .Mrs. Jas. Hair,
went to Medford this morning.
Gasoline 27c rash only at the Bat
tery Shop. 21
Goo. S. Johnsoa, mechanical engi
neer of Uerkeley, Cat., is spending
the aftcruoou in the city.
Mrs. Gilbert Stewart arrived last
night from Houston, Tex., to spend
a few weeks with her mother, Mrs.
A. J. McCall.
Sleeping well? It not buy a good
spring and mattress at Holman'a. 22
Dorothy and Miriam Booser re
turned to Medford this afternoon af
ter spending a couple of weeks here
George S. Billings, member of the
U. S. guards, who spent a couple of
weeks at home, loft this morning re
turning to Seattle.
Harry Sbrdy, of the Oregon
Chrome Mine, returned to the nilue
today, after spending a few days In
Specials in wall paper at Holman's
C. H. Corsen leaves tonight for
The Dalles on account of the illness
of both his father and mother, who
are 111 with Influenza.
Mrs. C. C. Pummlll, who attended
the funeral of her brother, Ben Stan
nard, returned to her home at Rich
mond, Cal., today.
P. Hershberger and little daughter
left last night on a .trip to Hart,
Mich., where they will remain for
several weeks visiting Mr. Hershber
ger's old home.
The latest thing in baby buggies.
The Sturgls. see them at Holman's.
Mrs. R. I. Helm, of Agnes, who
with her husband spent a week here,
left last night tor Portland to visit
relatives. Mr. Helm is detailed for
several weeks in the local forestry
E. L. Ellis, of Lelond, left for
Pomeroy, Wash., Sunday evening,
where his son, Fred, is very low
with Spanish influenza and pneu
monia. The rest of the family are
ill recovering from the influenza.
Sewing machines for sale or. rent
at Holman's. 22
Miss Augusta Parker Is spending
a few days at home. During the
past four weeks she was engaged in
taking the school census of Klamath
Falls, and will return to that city
Sunday to resume her duties as
principal of the Central school, the
Klamath schools reopening after
seven Weeks of Inactivity due to the
Buy your wife a Hoosler, the hand
iest thing In kitchen cabinets, Hol
man has them. 22
I'otattH 'i er 10O
Saturday at the Rochdale.
III With Pmnintonta
Roy K. Green, of Sams Valley, Is
critically 111 with pneumonia, follow
ing a severe attack of lufluonxa.
Gasoline 87c Ciwh
At the Battery Shop.
Itogwe It Ivor HctiotiN Open Momlity
The schools at Rugno River will
reopen on Monday. November 25.
The buildings have been thoroughly
Cash Only Buys ;hm1i
Commencing November 20th the
Battery Shop Is on a cash only ba
W. R. C Meeting Saturday
There will be a regular meeting
of the Woman's Relict Corps Satur
day afternoon in their rooms In the
courthouse. Business of importance.
A large attendance la desired.
Knights ami Ladle of Security-
Meet tonight at W. O. W. hall. 22
Son Ices at St. Lukes-
Evening service at St. Lukes Epis
copal church will be hold each Sun
day evening, beginning November
24. Rev. P. K. Hammond, of Ash
land, conducting the services.
Grange Hall Dunce
Invitations are Issued to all gran
ger friends to a dancing party at G
street grange hall Saturday. Novem
ber 23. Gentlemen SO rents, extra
ladies 25 cents. Coffee and cake. 22
Not in London
Through an error, a dispatch
printed In the Courier yesterday
quoting Postmaster Burleson, was
dated "London" Instead of Washing
ton, D. C. Mr. Burleson Is still In
Installed by an established elec
trical firm with competent men.
Pauls Electric Store, phone 90, Med
ford, Ore. !
Will Speak Sunday Night
Mrs. Jennie Kemp, lecturer for
the state food administration and
prominent In W. C. T. If. circles In
the state, will speak at the Newman
M. E. church next Sunday nlgh.t. Her
topic will be "Woman's Part In Win
ning the War."
Washington, Nov. 22. Fourteen
million dollars' worth of opium pur
chased by the Chinese government
from foreign opium merchants at
Shanghai Is to be destroyed, accord
ing to a cablegram received today
from Pekln by the Chinese legation.
The opium, which Is packed In
1,200 chests, will be burned at
Shanghai under a mandate soon to
be issued by the president of China,
the dispatch said. Foreign and Chi
nese residents of Shanghai will be
Invited to witness the event.
19 MORE U-BOATS
ARE TAKE BY ALLIES
Harwich, England, Nov. it. An
other flotilla of German U-boats sur
rendered yesterday to a British
squadron. There were 19 submarines
in all. The 20th, which should have
come today, broke down on the way.
WOULD RE-ESTABLISH RUSSIA
ON FEDERATED PRINCIPLE
Copenhagen, Nov. 22. An all
Russlan government, composed of
the igeneral staff and volunteer army
has been formed at Ekaterlnodar to
re-establish Russia on a federated
principle, It la reported.
When Woman Brags.
Our observation Is that when a
woman has had the same cook for live
years, and the same husband for ten,
ihe brags mostly on the cook. Gal
Columbia Oleomargarine, wr ll. 43c
Umeco Nut Margarine, II) IMc
Instant PoMum, mmilL i!(lc
Instant PoHtnm, large 43c
Drinket, per pkg .. l.V
PearlM of Wheat, pkg 23c
Krumbles, pkg , 10c
Corn Flake, 2 for 85c
Adriondack Cane and Maple Syrup .
33c, fl.V, $1.23
Light House Cleanser, pkg 3c
White Flyer Soap, 21 for $1.00
Jewell Soap, 0 for 23c
Swifts Naptha Soap, 4 for 23c
Corn Starch, iter pkg 10c
GIoHft Starch, per pkg lOc
Ivory Starch, 2 pkg 15c
Pure tlUer Vinegar, per gal 33c
Durkces Challenge Sauce, 2 for 2.V
Yeast Foam 4c
Seedless) Raisins, per lb ISC
Head Rice', 2 lb. for ...23c
SPICES AND EXTRACTS AT PRE-
What would you
pay if this store
were not here?
The next shipment Of Red Cross
knitted goods will be made Decem
ber 2. Thoso having articles which
they are unable to finish befor that
time are requested to turn them In
at once for someone else to finish.
WOLLERMAN To Mr. and x Mrs.
Carl Wollerman, of. this city, on
I Wednesday, November 20, a
1'. S. CASUALTY LIST
The following casualties are re
ported by the commanding general
of the American expeditionary
forces and rele-ised for today's pub
lication: Killed in action 404
Mlsing In action 69
Died of wounds KS
Died of accident 12
Died of disease 105
Wounded severely 87
Wounded, degree undetermined 359
Wounded slightly 378
Prisoners ..... 13
417 Q Street
Total : 1,515
Wounded severely Harvey W.
Wounded, degree undetermined
Emett S. Johnson, Ontario, Ore.
Died of disease Howard Dawson,
Oregon City; Albert S. Turner, Harper.
FOR SALE at snap 1912 Chal
, mers, Al condition, new tires; al
so 2-wheel trailer. Also have
' good cook stove and steel range,
snaps. Call 707 E street. 27
WANTED Cook, dining room girl,
chamber maid and dish washer.
Phone or write Hotel Clarke,
Glendale, Ore. 24
JANITOR wanted for Presbyterian
church. Inquire Mrs. Mary Van
Dyke, 804 Washington, boulevard,
phone 164-J. 27
FOR SALE Two good mules. Also
new Winona wagon. For particu
lars address H. C. Miller, Rogue
River, Ore. 27
Special For Saturday
FANCY MERCED SWEET POTA
TOES CENTS PER POUND
THE STORK OF GUAHANTEKD GOODS
C. It. Fl FIELD, Manager
People of Grant Pass, why pay big fuel bills and get up la cold
damp rooms, when you can have a room very reasonable with
steam heat, hot and eold running water la each room
SPECIAL RATES HY WEEK OR MONTH.
Come and look our rooms over
New Josephine Hotel
A. J. MartliMau
Do You Need a New Tire?
GOODYEAR, RACINE, GOODRICH. FEDERAL, F18K, PENNSYL
EVERY TIRE GUARANTEED
80x8H from $10.03 to $2.M
C. L. HOBART CO.
Your ffrocer will refund
the full price you paid for
MJ.B. Coffee if it does
not please your taste, no
matter how much you
have used out of U. can.
Buy the Sib. Can
and Save 25c
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
'Hie Splendid Sinner"
"AN INTERNATIONAL SNEAK"
A Muck Hen not t Laugh Font
COMING SUNDAY Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Ilayno, In
"A PAIR OF CUPIDS"
ANOTHER CHANGE MADE
IN RUSSIAN CIRCLES
Basel, Nov. 22. Entente troops
are marching on Kiev. General
Skoropadskl, the Ukrainian dictator,
has surrendered. It Is reported that
General Denlklne, leader of the anitl
Bolshevlkl forces, has been named as
his successor with the entente na